The singer says he respects the teenage pop star.
Justin Bieber doesn’t just have legions of screaming young female fans and boys who copy his hairstyle; he also has a fan from a member of one of the biggest selling boy bands ever.
Nathan Morris, known as one-fourth of the multi-platinum, multi-Grammy-winning Philly R&B group Boyz II Men, admits to MTV News he watches Bieber’s career and is impressed the young star seems to be making all the right moves.
Speaking via Skype, the “I’ll Make Love to You” singer says he would definitely work with Bieber again. Boyz II Men collaborates with Bieb on his Christmas album Under the Mistletoe, dropping Nov. 1, along with heavy-hitters Mariah Carey, mentor Usher and Busta Rhymes.
Speaking highly of the 17-year-old heartthrob, Morris says, "I watch what he does, I watch what the people around him do, and they're guiding him in the right directions. You don't hear anything bad about this guy. He has his head on straight."
Look out for a new Boyz II Men album called 20, a double CD featuring new and old material, available for purchase Oct. 25.